Traffic jam in southwest Calgary outside COVID-19 testing centre
Traffic in a southwest Calgary neighbourhood is being disrupted due to long lineups outside the COVID-19 testing centre.
Calgary police were tweeting about the traffic tie-ups shortly after 3 p.m.
"We've been advised of traffic disruptions on Bannister Road S.E. between 146 Ave & 149 Ave due to a long line of traffic waiting to enter the #COVID test centre," they tweeted.
They advised motorists to avoid the area if local access wasn't required.
We've been advised of traffic disruptions on Bannister road S.E., between 146 Ave & 149 Ave due to a long line of traffic waiting to enter the #COVID test center.
Please avoid the area if local access is not required. #yyctraffic@cityofcalgary pic.twitter.com/p9hhmoiWYm
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